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D. Raymond "Ray" Picard (born January 4, 1928) is a member of the Northeastern University athletics Hall of Fame. Picard was elected in 1977 for his exploits as a hockey goalie. Picard was a two time All-American for the Huskies, the first All-American at Northeastern.
Before coming to Huntington Avenue Picard spent two years in the Marine Corps. He also honed his hockey skills for the Boston Junior Olympics and was also voted that Most Valuable Player in the 1948 US Amateur Championships.
At Northeastern, Picard besides being named All-American twice, also won the Leonard M. Fowle Award, for New England's Most Outstanding Player and the Walter A. Brown Award for Most Outstanding American College Hockey Player in New England.
Awards and honors
|AHCA First Team All-American||1950–51|
|AHCA First Team All-American||1951–52|